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How to Get from Phnom Penh to Battambang by Bus

It’s now convenient to get to Battambang from Phnom Penh and vice versa by buses. It takes about 6 hours. The one way bus ticket is under $10. There are many way to go to Battambang from Phnom Penh and vice versa, ranging from car-sharing (known for Cambodian as taxi), private mini-van, company-run mini-van, and…

Buy a New TV in Phnom Penh?

Are you shopping for a brand new TV in Phnom Penh? Here’s list of the shops you can buy TV with the best price. Kfour Group, one of Phnom Penh’s  largest stores selling electronics and home appliances, is currently offering best deals for many many products, from air conditioners to smart televisions. The best deal…

Oudong Mountain: Eat Khmer Food & Picnic Like a Local

If you want to eat Khmer food like a local, these are some Cambodian food you don’t normally find at restaurants. Cambodian people love grilled fishes. They eat frogs and turtles. You can find these ordinary Khmer food at Oudong mountain, an hour drive from Phnom Penh city. The royal capital between the 17th to…

Picnic Resort: Hillside Bungalows

Located along national road 4 about 135km from Phnom Penh, Picnic resort is well-known for its organic vegetable farms, delicious quality Khmer food and tranquil environment. The resort comprises of vegetable farms, restaurant, meeting room, children playgrounds, and hillside bungalows. If you’re planning to take a bus trip from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville or Koh…

Want to Learn Khmer Language?

Do you want to learn Khmer language? Khmer is not an easy language to learn for most people. One of the best travel and living experiences in Cambodia is the ability to talk to Cambodian people in Khmer. With determination, foreigners and expats can learn and speak Khmer fluently. If you’re looking for Khmer classes…

Cambodian Citizenship for Foreigners

Everything you need to know about obtaining a Cambodian citizenship. The Ministry of Interior is the government institution that processes the applications for Cambodian citizenship. Did you know that back in 1996, a foreigner had to spend as much as $500,000 to to be a Cambodian citizen? Not now. Not anymore. Why Does a Foreigner…